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University of Notre Dame

Diversity and Inclusion 

Events scheduled all week

Walk the Walk Week is designed to help us consider how we — individually and collectively — might take an active role in making Notre Dame even more welcoming and inclusive. (Click for the list of upcoming WTWW events...)

Walk the Walk Week

The voice behind the Diane Nash video

If you attended the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Luncheon yesterday, you may wonder who narrated the video introducing keynote speaker and civil rights leader Diane Nash (click above). Kayla August, rector of Lyons Hall, was selected as the voice-over artist for the project, and it was a dream come true for more than one reason. (More...)


New director announced for Newman Centre 

Rev. Gary Chamberland, C.S.C., director of residence life for recruitment, hiring and retention, will serve as director of the Notre Dame-Newman Centre for Faith and Reason, the historic Dublin church founded by St. John Henry Newman. (More...)


Happy Chinese New Year from Notre Dame International

Staff at the Beijing Global Gateway and the Hong Kong Global Center are preparing for the Chinese New Year, which falls on Saturday, Jan. 25. Click the video link (above) for a special message directly from Beijing, and find out how NDI staff plan to celebrate the holiday. (More...)


IDEA Center launches 32 startup companies in 2019

The IDEA Center launched 32 startup companies in 2019. That brings the total number of startups since the IDEA Center’s founding in 2017 to 64. (More...)


Students award $83,000 to local nonprofits

Students in Jonathan Hannah’s Philanthropy and Society class, a partnership with The Philanthropy Lab, spent the fall semester researching and evaluating local nonprofits to award thousands of dollars in grant money. Find out what happened when Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., visited the class. (More...)


Sociologist receives NSF grant to study US protests

Kraig Beyerlein, associate professor of sociology, was awarded a National Science Foundation grant to study changes in U.S. protests. (More...)


New ND group focuses on the people side of change

You’re invited to Notre Dame’s new Change Management Community of Practice kickoff meeting at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 23 at Remick Commons. The purpose of the group is to provide valuable resources to anyone dealing with change. (More...)


Improve your tech skills 

The Office of Information Technologies has a new lineup of technology training classes. Click for the full schedule or click to register through Endeavor.


Saving the Earth, one load at a time

St. Michael’s Laundry recently installed a high-efficiency wastewater heat recovery and filtration system, known as Thermal Engineering of Arizona or TEA. The system has allowed the University to reduce its environmental impact. (More...)


Consult a doctor via your phone, tablet or computer 

Got a cold, the flue or allergies? Choose LiveHealth Online (telehealth option) to consult with a doctor.  PPO plan members have a $15 copay, and Anthem HSA and HDHP/HRA plan members have a $49 flat fee. Behavioral health services also are available with fees up to $175 per visit. Learn more by visiting livehealthonline.com.

Family Connections

Fuller House

Brothers Andy Fuller and Tony Fuller bring Notre Dame stories to life. Andy is the director of Strategic Content. “We try to bring stories to life in the most compelling way possible, often using multimedia.” That's where big brother Tony comes in. A senior videographer in multimedia under Marketing Communications, he too is a storytellern — through the lens of the camera. (More...)
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